Why do the lawmakers use specific words in an Act of Parliament? If one is called to explain the meaning of a document, a reading of the text is the first logical thing. Same with a Statute.
‘Crossing the border illegally into South Africa was like a Sunday afternoon stroll for Shaolin Masache. A customs official at the Beit Bridge border post arranged for Masache to get a gate pass after accepting a bribe of R100, which he shared with a police officer on duty at the border post. Masache, 28, walked into South Africa without a passport…He arrived in the farming town of Waterpoort in the Northern Province two days later after a punishing 90km walk…
Of all the subjects that he taught, Sobukwe loved History and English best. He used his knowledge of history to waken the students to the realities of their oppression. He disputed the official version of South African history and the role of Africans.
He is only 27 years old but already Mpho Mpfuni owns two farms with a combined size of 22
hectares and processes the organic chillies grown on the farm to produce a sauce that’s now
in retail stores in three different provinces.
After getting tired of seeing his community get up at the crack of dawn to queue for hours to draw water from natural springs daily, 58-year-old builder Phineas Mapfumo Madaela decided to do something to change the dreary situation.
Agro- processing remains in the hands of big business but Limpopo entrepreneur and farmer
Tebogo Maepa decided to take the road less travelled when she ventured into the business
of cherry pepper production.
Maepa who leads the 100% black female owned Deutronomeo co-operative which is also
known as DEU foods was recently crowned the Top Female Entrepreneur in the Female
Farmer of the Year awards under the processing category at the local, district and provincial